Quentin Dempster

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Quentin Dempster is an Australian journalist and author.

He has worked in the industry for 30 years and has been employed by the ABC for 20. His most important contribution was his exposé of police corruption in Queensland.

He currently resides in Sydney, where he hosts NSW 7.30 Report .

In 2002 he won the Walkley Award for Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism. He is currently the chairman of the Walkley Advisory Board.[1]

On 28 November 2014, following the decision to cease boadcasting of State-based editions of the NSW 7.30 Report, he announced that he would be leaving the ABC following the transmission of its final edition on 5 December 2014.

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